GV-IPCam
Hardware Manual
Fixed IP Dome
Target Fixed Dome
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
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© 2016 GeoVision, Inc. All rights reserved.
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part, without the written consent of GeoVision.
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this manual is
accurate. GeoVision, Inc. makes no expressed or implied warranty of any
kind and assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. No liability is
assumed for incidental or consequential damages arising from the use of
the information or products contained herein. Features and specifications
are subject to change without notice. Note: no memory card slot or local
storage function for Argentina.
GeoVision, Inc.
9F, No. 246, Sec. 1, Neihu Rd.,
Neihu District, Taipei, Taiwan
Tel: +886-2-8797-8377
Fax: +886-2-8797-8335
http://www.geovision.com.tw
Trademarks used in this manual: GeoVision, the GeoVision logo and GV
series products are trademarks of GeoVision, Inc. Windows is the
registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
October 2016
Contents
Contents ..............................................................................i
Options ..............................................................................iii
Note for Adjusting Focus and Zoom............................... v
Chapter 1 Fixed IP Dome (Part I) .....................................1
1.1 Packing List ..............................................................................3
1.1.1 Packing List for Hard-Ceiling Mount .............................3
1.1.2 Packing List for In-Ceiling Mount..................................4
1.2 Features ...................................................................................5
1.3 Overview ..................................................................................7
1.4 Installation ................................................................................9
1.4.1 Hard-Ceiling Mount ......................................................9
1.4.2 In-Ceiling Mount.........................................................13
1.4.3 Wall-Surface Mount ...................................................17
1.5 Connecting the Camera..........................................................19
1.6 I/O Terminal Block ..................................................................20
1.6.1 Pin Assignment..........................................................20
1.6.2 Voltage Load Expansion (Optional)............................21
1.7 Loading Factory Default..........................................................22
Chapter 2 Fixed IP Dome (Part II) ..................................23
2.1 Packing List ............................................................................24
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2.2 Features .................................................................................25
2.3 Overview ................................................................................27
2.4 Installation ..............................................................................28
2.5 Connecting the Camera..........................................................29
2.6 I/O Terminal Block ..................................................................30
2.7 Loading Factory Default..........................................................31
Chapter 3 Target Fixed Dome.........................................32
3.1 Packing List ............................................................................33
3.2 Features .................................................................................34
3.3 Overview ................................................................................36
3.4 Installation ..............................................................................38
3.5 Connecting the Camera..........................................................41
3.6 Loading Factory Default..........................................................42
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Caution
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
Safety Notice
The GV-IPCAM uses a Lithium battery as the power supply for its internal
real-time clock (RTC). The battery should not be replaced unless required!
If the battery does need replacing, please observe the following:
 Danger of Explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced
 Replace only with the same or equivalent battery, as recommended by
the manufacturer
 Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions
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Options
Optional devices can expand your camera’s capabilities and versatility.
Contact your dealer for more information.
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Device
Description
Power Adapter
The power adapter is available for all Fixed IP Dome
Camera. Contact your sales representative for the
countries and areas supported.
GV-PA191 PoE
Adapter
The GV-PA191 PoE adapter is designed to provide
power and network connection to the cameras over
a single Ethernet cable.
GV-POE Switch
The GV-POE Switch is designed to provide power
along with network connection for IP devices. The
GV-POE Switch is available in various models with
different numbers and types of ports.
GV-Mount
Accessories
The GV-Mount Accessories provide a
comprehensive lineup of accessories for installation
on ceiling, wall corner and pole. For details, see GVMount Accessories Installation Guide on the
Software DVD.
GV-Relay V2
The GV-Relay V2 is designed to expand the voltage
load of GV IP devices. It provides 4 relay outputs,
and each can be set as normally open (NO) or
normally closed (NC) independently as per your
requirement.
GV-Relay V2 does not support GV-EFD2101 / 3101
/ 5101.
Smoked Cover
The smoked cover is an IK7, tinted camera cover
designed for GV-Fixed IP Dome to conceal the
direction of the camera lens.
Smoked Cover does not support GV-FD2700 / 4700
/ 5700.
Note for Adjusting Focus and Zoom
When adjusting the Focus and Zoom Screws, do not over tighten the
Focus and Zoom screws. The screws only need to be as tight as your
finger can do it. It is not necessary to use any tools to get them tighter.
Doing so can damage the structure of lens.
For example,
Focus Screw
Zoom Screw
Fixed IP Camera
The maximum torque value for all the zoom and focus screws is 0.049 N.m
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Fixed IP Dome (Part I)
Chapter 1 Fixed IP Dome (Part I)
The Fixed IP Dome is a series of indoor camera designed with 3-axis
mechanism for easy and flexible installation. The Fixed IP Dome features
IR LED for infrared illumination for night surveillance. The WDR Pro
models can produce clear image for scenes containing contrasting intensity
of lights. The motorized varifocal lens models allow the user to remotely
adjust the zoom and focus through the Web interface. The super low lux
models are able to display color live view in near darkness. For related
models, see 1.2 Features. The models are detailed below:
Model No.
Specification
GV-FD1200
GV-FD1500
GV-FD2400
GV-FD2500
GV-FD3400
GV-FD5300
Varifocal
Lens
Auto Iris, f: 3 ~ 9
mm, F/1.2, 1/2.7’’
ø 14 mm Mount
f: 4.5 ~ 10 mm,
F/1.6, 1/2.5” CS
Mount
Description
1.3 MP Low Lux,
H.264, D/N, Fixed IP
Dome
1.3 MP Super Low
Lux / 2 MP WDR Pro
/ 2 MP Super Low
Lux / 3 MP WDR
Pro, H.264, D/N
5 MP, H.264, D/N,
Fixed IP Dome
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Model No.
Specification
1.3 MP Low Lux,
H.264, D/N, 3x
Optical Zoom, Fixed
IP Dome
GV-FD1210
GV-FD1510
GV-FD2510
Description
Motorized
varifocal
Lens
Auto Iris, f: 3 ~ 9
mm, F/1.2, 1/2.7’’
ø 14 mm Mount
1.3 MP / 2 MP Super
Low Lux, H.264,
D/N, 3x Optical
Zoom, Fixed IP
Dome
2 MP / 3 MP, H.264,
D/N, WDR Pro, 3x
Optical Zoom, Fixed
IP Dome
GV-FD2410
GV-FD3410
Models with P-Iris
Model No.
2
Specification
GV-FD1500
GV-FD2500
GV-FD3400
Varifocal
Lens
GV-FD1510
GV-FD2510
GV-FD3410
Motorized
varifocal
Lens
P-Iris, f: 3 ~ 9 mm,
F/1.2, 1/2.7’’
ø 14 mm Mount
Description
1.3 MP Super Low
Lux / 2 MP Super
Low Lux / 3 MP
WDR Pro, H.264,
D/N, Fixed IP Dome
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Fixed IP Dome (Part I)
1.1 Packing List
1.1.1 Packing List for Hard-Ceiling Mount

Fixed IP Dome

Torx Wrench

Mounting Plate

Short Screw Anchor x 3

Ceiling Screw x 3

Plate Screw x 3

TV-out Wire

Sticker

Power Adapter

GV-IPCAM Software DVD

GV-Software DVD

Warranty Card
Note: The power adapter can be excluded upon request.
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1.1.2 Packing List for In-Ceiling Mount
4

In-Ceiling Housing Cover

Mounting Plate

Mounting Bracket x 3

Copper Pillar x 3

Copper Pillar Screw x 6

Bracket Screw x 3

Thread Lock Screw

Housing Cover Thread

Sticker (In-Ceiling Mount)
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Fixed IP Dome (Part I)
1.2 Features

Image sensor
Camera Model
Image Sensor
GV-FD1200 / 1210
1/3’’ progressive scan low lux CMOS
GV-FD1500 / 1510
1/3’’ progressive scan super low lux CMOS
GV-FD2500 / 2510
1/2.8’’ progressive scan super low lux
CMOS
GV-FD2400 / 2410
GV-FD3400 / 3410
GV-FD5300
1/3.2’’ progressive scan CMOS
1/2.5” progressive scan CMOS

Dual streams from H.264 or MJPEG

Frame rate
Camera Model
Frame Rate
GV-FD1200 / 1210
GV-FD1500 / 1510
30 fps at 1280 x 1024
GV-FD2400 / 2410
GV-FD2500 / 2510
30 fps at 1920 x 1080
GV-FD3400 / 3410
20 fps at 2048 x 1536
GV-FD5300
10 fps at 2560 x 1920

Day and night function (with removable IR-cut filter)

P-Iris for auto iris adjustment (for GV-FD1500 / 1510 / 2500 / 2510 /
3400 / 3410 only)

Wide Dynamic Range Pro (for GV-FD2400 / 2410 / 3400 / 3410 only)

Defog

3-axis mechanism (pan / tilt / roll)

Intelligent IR

Micro SD card slot (SD/SDHC) for local storage
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
NAS recording

Recording assigned by GV-Edge Recording Manager (Windows &
Mac)

One sensor input and alarm output

TV-out support

Two-way audio

3D noise reduction (for GV-FD1500 / 1510 / 2500 / 2510)

2D noise reduction (except for GV-FD1500 / 1510 / 2500 / 2510)

Motion detection

Tampering alarm

Visual automation

Text overlay

Privacy mask

IP address filtering

DC 12V / AC 24V / PoE (IEEE 802.3af)

Megapixel lens

Support for iPhone, iPad, Android and 3GPP

31 languages on Web interface

ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
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Fixed IP Dome (Part I)
1.3 Overview
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Figure 1-1
No.
1
Name
Description
Focus Screw
Adjusts the focus of the camera.
2
Zoom Screw
Adjusts the zoom of the camera.
3
Rotational Screw
Loosens to adjust the camera angle.
4
Tilt Screw
Loosens the screw to tilt the camera.
5
Pan Disc
Loosens to pan the camera.
6
Video Out
Connects to a portable monitor for setting
the focus and angle of Fixed IP Dome
during initial installation.
7
Memory Card Slot
Inserts a micro SD card (SD/SDHC,
version 2.0, Class 10) to store recording
data.
8
Default Button
Restores the camera to factory default.
For details, see 1.7 Loading Factory
Default.
7
No.
Name
Description
Audio In
Connects a microphone for audio input.
10
Audio Out
Connects a speaker for audio output.
11
LAN / PoE
Connects to a 10/100 Ethernet or PoE.
12
I/O Terminal Block
Connects to I/O devices. For details, see
1.6 I/O Terminal Block.
13
DC 12V Port
Connects to power.
14
Status LED
Turns on (green) when the system
operates normally and turns off when
system error occurs.
15
Power LED
Turns on (green) when the power is on
and turns off when there is no power
supply.
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Fixed IP Dome (Part I)
1.4 Installation
The Fixed IP Dome is designed for indoors. With the standard packing,
there are three ways to install the Fixed IP Dome: hard-ceiling mount, inceiling mount and wall-surface mount.
Note: You may also install the camera to ceilings, wall corners
(concave or convex), and poles with optional mounting kits. For details,
see GV-Mount Accessories Installation Guide on the Software CD.
1.4.1 Hard-Ceiling Mount
Figure 1-2
1.
Paste the supplied sticker onto a desired location on the ceiling. Drill
the three red dots and the ellipse mark only if you wish to run the
wires into the ceiling.
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2.
Unpack the camera package and take out the camera body.
A.
Use the torx wrench to loosen the housing cover at the front and
the back.
Figure 1-3
B.
Take out the camera body
Figure 1-4
3.
Secure the camera body to the mounting plate with three ceiling
screws.
Figure 1-5
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Fixed IP Dome (Part I)
4.
Connect the network, power and other cables to the camera. See 1.5
Connecting the Camera.
5.
Access the live view. See 2.1 Accessing the Live View, GV-IPCam
Firmware Manual.
6.
Based on the live view, adjust the camera to a desired angle as
illustrated below.
Tip: The 3-axis mechanism offers flexible and easy ceiling / wall
installation.
Pan Adjustment
Figure 1-6
Tilt Adjustment
Figure 1-7
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Rotational Adjustment
Figure 1-8
7.
Adjust image clarity using the GV-IP Device Utility program. For
details, see 2.2 Adjusting Image Clarity, GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
8.
Secure the housing cover as shown in step 2. Remove the indicated
part when necessary.
Figure 1-9
Note: Adjust the black mask inside the housing cover to make sure the
camera view is not obscured.
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Fixed IP Dome (Part I)
1.4.2 In-Ceiling Mount
Figure 1-10
1.
Follow step 2 in the 1.4.1 Hard-Ceiling Mount to remove the housing
cover and take out the camera body.
2.
Paste the supplied sticker onto a desired location on the ceiling and
cut a circle on the ceiling along the edge of the sticker.
3.
On the mounting plate, locate the 3 holes labeled as 1 and insert the
3 copper pillars from the back side.
Figure 1-11
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4.
From the side with the numbering, secure the copper pillars with 3
copper pillar screws.
Figure 1-12
5.
Place the 3 mounting brackets at the indent next to the copper pillars
(labeled as 2 on the mounting plate) and secure them using the 3
bracket screws.
Figure 1-13
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6.
Fixed IP Dome (Part I)
Place the mounting plate on the camera body with the copper pillars
inserted in the locations indicated below. The arrow on the mounting
plate should be pointing toward the front of the camera.
Figure 1-14
7.
From the bottom of the camera, secure the copper pillars using the 3
copper pillars screws.
8.
Place the camera into the ceiling opening.
9.
On the back side, make sure the black plastic clips are slightly above
the ceiling board and pointing outward.
Back Side
Front Side
Figure 1-15
10. Tighten the bracket screws from the front side of the camera.
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11. Connect the network, power and other cables to the camera. See 1.5
Connecting the Camera.
12. Access the live view. See 2.1 Accessing the Live View, GV-IPCam
Firmware Manual.
13. Follow steps 6 and 7 in 1.4.1 Hard-Ceiling Mount section to adjust the
angle, focus and zoom of the camera.
14. Use the housing cover thread and the thread lock screw to attach the
housing cover to the camera body.
Figure 1-16
15. Place the housing cover on the camera body with the GeoVision logo
pointing toward the front of the camera.
Figure 1-17
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Fixed IP Dome (Part I)
1.4.3 Wall-Surface Mount
Figure 1-18
1.
Follow step 2 in 1.4.1 Hard-Ceiling Mount section to remove the
housing cover and take out the camera body.
2.
Paste the supplied sticker onto a desired location on the wall. Drill the
three red dots, and the ellipse mark only if you wish to run the wires
into the wall.
3.
Insert the short screw anchors and secure the camera and the
mounting plate with three plate screws.
Figure 1-19
4.
Connect the network, power and other cables to the camera. See 1.5
Connecting the Camera.
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5.
Access the live view. See 2.1 Accessing the Live View, GV-IPCam
Firmware Manual.
6.
Follow steps 6 and 7 in 1.4.1 Hard-Ceiling Mount section to adjust the
angle, focus and zoom of the camera.
7.
Follow step 8 in 1.4.1 Hard-Ceiling Mount section to secure the
housing cover.
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Fixed IP Dome (Part I)
1.5 Connecting the Camera
Figure 1-20
1.
Use a standard network cable to connect the camera to your network.
2.
Optionally connect a speaker and an external microphone.
3.
Optionally connect a monitor using a Video Out wire. Enable this
function by selecting your signal format at the TV Out field on the
Web interface. See 4.1.1 Video Settings, GV-IPCam Firmware
Manual.
4.
Optionally connect to input / output devices. For details, see 1.6 I/O
Terminal Block.
5.
Connect power using one of the following methods:


6.
plugging the power adapter to power port.
using the Power over Ethernet (PoE) function and the power will
be provided over the network cable.
The status LED of the camera will be on.
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1.6 I/O Terminal Block
The terminal block, located on the back panel of the Fixed IP Dome,
provides the interface to one input and one output devices. The I/O
terminal block can be used for applications such as motion detection, event
alerts via E-Mail and FTP, and center monitoring through Center V2 and
VSM.
1.6.1 Pin Assignment
The Fixed IP Dome supports one digital input and one digital output of dry
contact.
I/O
1
2
Pin
1
Digital Output
2
GND
3
Digital Input
3
Figure 1-21
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Function
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Fixed IP Dome (Part I)
1.6.2 Voltage Load Expansion (Optional)
The camera on its own can only drive a maximum load of 200mA 5V DC.
To expand the maximum voltage load to 10A 250V AC / 10A 125V AC /
5A 100V DC), connect the camera to a GV-Relay V2 module (optional
product). Refer to the figure and table below:
Output Device
I/O
1
2
3
Connect to Power
Figure 1-22
GV-Relay V2
Bullet Camera
COM
Pin 2 (GND)
DO1
Pin 1 (Digital Output)
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1.7 Loading Factory Default
1. Keep the power and network cables (or PoE) connected to the camera.
2. Use a pin to press and hold the default button on the panel.
Default button
Status LED
Figure 1-23
3. Release the default button when the status LED blinks. This shall
take about 8 seconds.
4. When the status LED fades, the process of loading default settings is
completed and the camera reboots automatically.
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Fixed IP Dome (Part II)
Chapter 2 Fixed IP Dome (Part II)
The Fixed IP Dome is a series of indoor camera designed with 3-axis
mechanism for easy and flexible installation. The Fixed IP Dome features
IR LED for infrared illumination for night surveillance. The WDR Pro
models can produce clear image for scenes containing contrasting intensity
of lights. The super low lux models are able to display color live view in
near darkness. GV-FD2700 / 4700 / 5700 support H.265 video codec to
achieve better compression ratio while maintaining high quality pictures at
reduced network bandwidths. For related models, see 2.2 Features. The
models are detailed below:
Model No.
Specifications
Description
GV-FD2700
Varifocal
Lens
P-Iris, f: 2.8 ~ 12
mm, F/1.2, 1/2.7”
Ø14 mm Mount
2 MP, H.265,
Super Low
Lux, WDR Pro
GV-FD4700
Varifocal
Lens
P-Iris, f: 2.8~ 12 mm,
F/1.2, 1/2.7” Ø14
mm Mount
4 MP, H.265,
Super Low
Lux, WDR Pro
GV-FD5700
Varifocal
Lens
P-Iris, f: 4 ~ 8 mm,
F/1.65, 1/1.8” Ø14
mm Mount
5 MP, H.265,
Low Lux, WDR
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2.1 Packing List

H.265 Fixed IP Dome

Torx Wrench

Screw x 3

Screw Anchor x 3

TV-Out Wire

Installation sticker

Software Download Guide

Warranty Card

DI/DO extend cable
Note: Power adapter can be purchased upon request.
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Fixed IP Dome (Part II)
2.2 Features


Image Sensor
Camera Model
Min. Illumination
GV-FD2700
1/2.8” progressive scan super low lux
CMOS
GV-FD4700
1/3” progressive scan super low lux
CMOS
GV-FD5700
1/1.8" progressive scan low lux CMOS
Frame rate:
Camera Model
Frame Rate
GV-FD2700
Up to 30 fps at 1920 x 1080
GV-FD4700
Up to 25 fps at 2560 x 1440,
30 fps at 2048 x 1520
GV-FD5700
Up to 30 fps at 2592 x 1944

Dual streams from H.265, H.264, and MJPEG

Intelligent IR

Day and night function (with removable IR-cut filter)

Megapixel lens

P-Iris lens for auto Iris control

3-axis mechanism (pan / tilt / rotate)

12V DC / PoE (IEEE 802.3af)

Two-way audio

One sensor input and alarm output

TV-out support

3D noise reduction

Smart Streaming

Wide Dynamic Range Pro (WDR Pro) for GV-FD2700 / 4700
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) for GV-FD5700
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
Defog

Motion detection

Tampering alarm

Privacy mask

Text overlay

IP address filtering

Recording assigned by GV-Edge Recording Manager (Windows &
Mac)

Support for iPhone, iPad, Android and 3GPP

31 languages on Web interface

ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
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Fixed IP Dome (Part II)
2.3 Overview
Figure 2-1
No.
Name
Description
1
Default Button
Resets the camera to factory default. For
details, see 2.7 Loading Factory Default.
2
I/O Terminal Block
Connects to I/O devices. For details, see 2.6
I/O Terminal Block.
For details on the other features of the front panel and rear panel, refer to
3.3 Overview, Chapter 3 Target Fixed Dome
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2.4 Installation
GV-FD2700 / 4700 / 5700 can be installed on the wall or the ceiling. Before
installing the camera, make sure the installing site is shielded from rain and
moisture. For more detailed instruction, refer to 3.4 Installation, Chapter 3
Target Fixed Dome.
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2
Fixed IP Dome (Part II)
2.5 Connecting the Camera
Figure 2-2
1.
Use a standard network cable to connect the camera to your network.
2.
Optionally connect a speaker and an external microphone.
3.
Optionally connect a monitor using a Video Out wire. Enable this
function by selecting your signal format at the TV Out field on the
Web interface. See 4.1.1 Video Settings, GV-IPCam Firmware
Manual.
4.
Optionally connect to input / output devices. For details, see 2.6 I/O
Terminal Block.
5.
Connect power using one of the following methods:


6.
Plug the power adapter to power port.
Use the Power over Ethernet (PoE) function and the power will be
provided over the network cable.
The status LED of the camera will be on.
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2.6 I/O Terminal Block
The terminal block, located on the back panel of the Fixed IP Dome,
provides the interface to one input and one output devices. The I/O
terminal block can be used for applications such as motion detection, event
alerts via E-Mail and FTP, and center monitoring through Center V2 and
VSM. For more detailed instruction, refer to 1.6 I/O Terminal Block,
Chapter 1 Fixed IP Camera (Part I).
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2
Fixed IP Dome (Part II)
2.7 Loading Factory Default
To load factory default, refer to 3.6 Loading Factory Default, Chapter 3
Target Fixed Dome.
Figure 2-5
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Chapter 3 Target Fixed Dome
The Target Fixed Dome (GV-EFD) is an indoor, fixed network camera
equipped with an automatic IR-cut filter and IR LEDs for day and night
surveillance. Adjustable in 3 axis (pan, tilt and rotate), it offers an entrylevel surveillance solution with all the essential features and excellent
image quality.
Model No.
Specifications
Description
GV-EFD2101
Varifocal
Lens
P-Iris, f: 3 ~ 9 mm,
F/1.7, 1/2.8” Ø14
mm Mount
GV-EFD3101
Varifocal
Lens
P-Iris, f: 3 ~ 9 mm,
F/1.7, 1/2.8” Ø14
mm Mount
3 MP, H.264,
Super Low
Lux, WDR Pro
GV-EFD5101
Varifocal
Lens
P-Iris, f: 3 ~ 9 mm,
F/1.7, 1/2.7” Ø14
mm Mount
5 MP, H.264,
Low Lux, WDR
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2 MP, H.264,
Super Low
Lux, WDR
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Target Fixed Dome
3.1 Packing List

Target Fixed IP Dome

Torx Wrench

Screw x 3

Screw Anchor x 3

TV-Out Wire

Installation sticker

GV-IPCam Software DVD

Warranty Card

GV-Software DVD
Note: Power adapter can be purchased upon request.
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3.2 Features


Image Sensor
Camera Model
Min. Illumination
GV-EFD2101
1/2.8” progressive scan super low lux
CMOS
GV-EFD3101
1/2.8” progressive scan super low lux
CMOS
GV-EFD5101
1/3.2" progressive scan low lux CMOS
Frame rate:
Camera Model
Frame Rate
GV-EFD2101
Up to 30 fps at 1920 x 1080
GV-EFD3101
Up to 30 fps at 2048 x 1536
GV-EFD5101
Up to 30 fps at 2592 x 1944

Dual streams from H.264 or MJPEG

Intelligent IR

Day and night function (with removable IR-cut filter)

Megapixel lens

P-Iris lens for auto Iris control

Intelligent IR

3-axis mechanism (pan / tilt / rotate)

DV 12V / PoE (IEEE 802.3af)

Two-way audio

Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) for GV-EFD2101 / 5101
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) Pro for GV-EFD3101

Defog

Motion detection

Tampering alarm

Text overlay
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
Privacy mask

IP address filtering
Target Fixed Dome

NAS Recording

Recording assigned by GV-Edge Recording Manager (Windows &
Mac)

Support for iPhone, iPad, Android and 3GPP

31 languages on Web interface

ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
Note: For optimal performance and compatibility, it is highly
recommended to use a GV-NAS System.
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3.3 Overview
Figure 3-1
No.
Name
Description
1
Lens
Receives image inputs.
2
Focus Screw
Adjusts the focus of the camera.
3
Zoom Screw
Adjusts the zoom of the camera.
4
Default
Button
Resets the camera to factory default. For details,
see 2.6 Loading Factory Default.
5
TV-Out
Provides video inputs (D1 resolution).
6
Rotational
Screw
Loosens to adjust the camera angle.
7
Pan Disc
Loosens to pan the camera.
8
Power
Turns on (green) when power is on.
9
Status
Turns on (green) when the system is ready.
10
Audio Out
Connects a speaker for audio output.
11
Audio In
Connects a microphone for audio input.
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Target Fixed Dome
No.
Name
Description
12
Link
Turns on (green) when the network is connected.
13
ACT
Turns on (orange) when data are being transmitted.
14
DC 12V Port
Connects to power.
15
LAN / PoE
Connects to a 10/100 Ethernet or PoE.
16
Tilt Screw
Loosens the screw to adjust tilt angle.
Note: The TV-out function can only be used during installation to adjust
the focus of the camera. To use the TV out function, connect the
supplied black BNC connector to a monitor and select your signal format
(NTSC or PAL) at the TV Out field on the Web interface. The default
signal format is NTSC. For details, see 4.1.1 Video Settings, GV-IPCam
H.264 Firmware Manual. The TV-out wire must be removed before you
secure the housing cover.
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3.4 Installation
The Target Fixed Dome can be installed on the wall or the ceiling. Before
installing the camera, make sure the installing site is shielded from rain and
moisture.
1.
Use the supplied torx wrench to loosen three screws on the housing
cover, and take out the camera body.
Figure 3-2
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2.
Target Fixed Dome
Place the installation sticker where you want to install it, and make 3
marks on the ceiling or the wall for screw anchors.
Figure 3-3
3.
Drill the marks and insert the screw anchors.
4.
Connect the camera to network and power. For details, see 2.5
Connecting the Camera.
5.
Secure the camera to the ceiling or the wall with the supplied screws.
6.
Access the live view. For details, see 2.1 Accessing the Live View,
GV-IPCam H.264 Firmware Manual.
Note: The TV-out function can only be used during installation to adjust
the focus of the camera. To use the TV out function, connect the
supplied black BNC connector to a monitor and select your signal format
(NTSC or PAL) at the TV Out field on the Web interface. The default
signal format is NTSC. For details, see 4.1.1 Video Settings, GV-IPCam
H.264 Firmware Manual. The TV-out wire must be removed before you
secure the housing cover.
7.
Adjust image clarity using the GV-IP Device Utility program. For
details, see 2.2 Adjusting Image Clarity, GV-IPCam H.264 Firmware
Manual.
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8.
Loosen the tile screw, pan screw or rotational screw. Adjust the
angles based on the live view as needed, and tighten the screws
again.
Figure 3-4
9.
Place the housing cover back and tighten the three screws to secure
it. Remove the indicated part when necessary.
Figure 3-5
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Target Fixed Dome
3.5 Connecting the Camera
2
1
Figure 3-6
1.
Connect power using one of the following methods:

Plug the power adapter to the 12V terminal block. The power
adapter is an optional device. For detail, see Options in the
manual.

Use the Power over Ethernet (PoE) function and the power will be
provided over the network cable.
The power and status LEDs shall turn on (green).
2.
Use a standard network cable to connect the camera to your network.
3.
You are ready to access the live view, adjust the image clarity and
configure the basics. See Getting Started, Chapter 2, GV-IPCam
Firmware Manual.
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3.6 Loading Factory Default
1.
Keep the power and network cables (or PoE) connected to the
camera.
2.
Press and hold the default button for about 8 seconds.
Figure 3-7
3.
Release the default button when the status LED blinks.
Figure 3-8
When the status LED fades, the process of loading default settings is
completed and the camera reboots automatically
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